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This mash-up is simply a video that asks... 

- OK, but what exactly is pornography? 

- Who decides what porn looks like? 

- What about long-term public exposure to TV porn? 

- At what point does exploitation turn into pornography? 


Watch this video and listen to how sexual exploitation is always ‘done by some other media’.  Whatever it is, it is always someone else making and distributing pornography.

“Not us, not TV.” 

Remember, television is the single largest pornographer in the world.

TV Porn   2005  (8:45)

A 1995 study comparing crime statistics since 1972 when pornography changed from totally prohibited to freely available with no age restrictions found that...


"Sex crimes in every category, from rape to public indecency, sexual offenses from both ends of the criminal spectrum, significantly decreased in incidence.


Most significantly, despite the wide increase in availability of pornography to children, not only was there a decrease in sex crimes with juveniles as victims but the number of juvenile offenders also decreased significantly.


We hypothesized that the increase in pornography, without age restriction and in comics, if it had any detrimental effect, would most negatively influence younger individuals.  Just the opposite occurred.


The number of victims decreased particularly among the females younger than 13.


In 1972, 8.3% of the victims were younger than 13.


In 1995 the percentage of victims younger than 13 years of age dropped to 4.0%; a reduction of greater than 50%.


In 1972, 33.3 % of the offenders were between 14-19 years of age; by 1995 that percentage had decreased to 9.6%."

The above is but one of numerous examples of worthless media research.

Worthless?   Yes, because we do not know which pornography was studied, or how pornography was categorized,


Broad mediamonger research like this ‘means’ very little without also

presenting the actual content researched.

How else are we to ‘define’ our terms? 

This is why making Cultural Farming videos is so important. 

Cultural Farming uses actual content to illustrate its points.

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